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Woman gets ten thousand dollars due to unwanted crashes after Windows 10 upgrade
Microsoft has a woman given ten thousand dollars after she began a lawsuit against the company because of an unwanted Windows 10 upgrade. Her computer was slow and struggled with crashes after upgrading, they claimed.
The American woman used the computer for its travel agency. Last year began with her computer to Windows 10, without her consent in their own words for this, writes the Seattle Times. “I had never heard of Windows 10. No one ever asked me if I wanted to update.”
The update failed but her computer had become slow below and have regularly deal with crashes. When the Microsoft help desk could not help her solve the problem, she went to court to demand compensation. The woman would have won this lawsuit.
Microsoft appealed but let it fall “to avoid spending any upcoming problems. The company knew the woman to ten thousand dollars. Microsoft gets a lot of criticism about the intrusive way in which the new operating system brings to the husband. Recently updated the company even function of the closing cross of the upgrade notification: Users still went after a click on the upgrade path. Last year there were reports about a class action suit in the US, where multiple users can connect to the complaint. Unknown is how it is with them.Viewing:-101
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